Posts tagged "Synthwave"

[PREMIERE] : Poison Point – Altered Beats

  Timothée Gainet’s Poison Point project has been wrecking stages, tearing up live shows for several years now with its mix of frantic drum machine rhythms, screaming synths and Gainet’s haunting vocals. Altered Beats, taken from the new CURSES curated compilation Next Wave Acid Punx DEUX, is a perfect encapsulation

With her previous two recent singles, Canadian producer Jessy Lanza has slowly been embracing a poppier sound that emphasizes a facet to Lanza that’s always been there. Beneath the squiggly synths and lo-fi beats, she has always had an ear for a hook, and her upcoming album Love Hallucination seems

We roundup our picks for the must hear releases of the week. Listen to our selections below.     The Chemical Brothers – Live Again The Chemical Brothers really want to make you dance again. The latest single to be shared from their anticipated upcoming album is the truly epic

From blue-eyed soul to bassy heavy disco-house, these are the tracks you need to hear this week. Check them out below.    Nicky Romero, Jonas Blue, Nico Santos – All You Need Is Love The latest single from superstar producer Nicky Romero is a collaboration with Jonas Blue and Nico

Synthpop duo Magdalena Bay’s ongoing series of ‘minimix’ EPs are basically little, self-contained pop eras served at the speed of fibre for the attention span of the TikTok generation. It’s an intriguing and audacious experiment, made even bolder by the fact that music that makes up these dioramas happens to

If there’s anyone in pop who truly deserves her flowers, it’s Kesha. The past few years have been turbulent at best for the singer-songwriter, who despite a very public legal battle against alleged abuser Dr Luke, has still kept singing. Some has been promising, like the folksy confessional of Rainbow,

After seven long years, M83’s new album Fantasy has finally arrived, and it’s a sonic journey that sees Anthony Gonzalez going in search of himself. The album marks a fusion of his past selves, blending the shoegaze style of Saturdays=Youth and Hurry Up, We’re Dreaming with some of the unconventional

British Pakistani DJ and multi-hyphenate musician Nabihah Iqbal created her sophomore album DREAMER in the wake of tragedy. Having suffered a number of set-backs, the long worked on and nurtured original follow up to 2017’s Weighing of the Heart was stolen after her studio was burgled. Another personal tragedy would

With the 90s resurgence and Y2K nostalgia continuing to dominate the cultural landscape, the resurgence of significant electronic music acts whose sound defined dance through that decade is unsurprising. From Orbital to Leftfield, the past year has seen many of these iconic acts re-enter the chat with new bodies of

The music video for Depeche Mode’s haunting comeback single Ghosts Again features Dave Gahan playing chess against his older self, trying to outmaneuver the inevitable end that is death. Later, he crawls on hands and knees through the mud of a cemetery as his dying body watches wistfully. Ghosts Again,

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